The County Board has honored the Platinum Level Champions’ efforts to encourage the use of public transit, biking and walking as means of transportation.
These volunteers provide vital time and support to allow young people to discover skills and self-confidence so they can thrive.
The 2017-2018 Arlington County vehicle decal was designed by a Wakefield High School 10th grader.
Four winners of the second annual “Fast Four” were recognized by Arlington Economic Development.
Outstanding long-term care facility employees are recognized for their care of residents.
Sheriff Beth Arthur has been selected to receive the Arlington County Bar Foundation’s William L. Winston Award, the group’s highest honor, on Nov. 15.
Two distinguished public servant/volunteers, three celebrated non-profits and a business that serves up food, politics and literature are the recipients of the 2016 James B. Hunter Award, Arlington’s highest human rights honor.
Arlington has been named by the Human Rights Campaign one of 37 American “All-Star Cities” acclaimed for their high standard of inclusiveness toward their Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer communities.
Arlington County Commuter Services has been named by the Association for Commuter Transportation as having the best transportation demand management program among all large municipalities in the United States.
Arlington County’s Department of Parks & Recreation has been re-accredited by the Commission for Accreditation of Park and Recreation Agencies. Only 145 out of more than 8,000 park and recreation agencies nationwide have achieved this level of excellence.